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The Moore Haven Terriers are headed to Naples tonight to take on the First Baptist Academy Lions in the regional final. more
MOORE HAVEN – More than 40 vendors participated in the Riverside Market on Nov. 18, offering a variety of foods, crafts and more. more
Lake Okeechobee is slowly receding, edging down below 16 feet above sea level, thanks... more
Area buildings are lit up in green to show support for veterans ... more
“The dry season is upon us, and we are seeing water levels receding,” said Major Cory Bell of USACE ... more
GLADES COUNTY – A tractor trailer hit a train on U.S. 27 Monday morning, derailing eight cars and blocking the highway. more
Florida’s dry season has started, but Lake Okeechobee has little chance of recovery... more
Most rainfall that falls on the farms of the Everglades Agricultural Area never leaves the farm. more
Relatively little water from Lake O has been released to the Caloosahatchee River this wet season. more
An Okeechobee man is being held in the main Palm Beach County Jail on a $1 million bond, facing charges of written threats to do harm. more
Lake Okeechobee was at 16 feet above sea level on Oct. 6. more
Since 2017 Curtis Clay has been preparing himself to compete for the office of sheriff in Glades County. more
Lake Okeechobee was at 15.56 feet above seal level on Sept. 29, as heavy rainfall continued... more
Where’s the help for Lake Okeechobee? That question remained unanswered at the Sept. 14 SFWMD meeting ,,, more
A little rain didn't stop the 2023 Okeechobee Labor Day Parade on Monday, Sept. 4.  more
NOAA satellite imagery indicates most of Lake Okeechobee has no or low potential for blue-green algal blooms ... more
The Florida Lottery has announced that a lottery ticket worth $3.75 million was sold at the Town Star gas station on SR 70 West in Okeechobee. more
The Moore Haven Lady Terriers varsity volleyball team started their season off with back-to-back wins this month. more
Claiming there have been threats against spraying contractors, FWC has stopped posting herbicide spraying plans online in advance ... more
Despite concerns about the nutrient load carried into Lake Okeechobee from Hurricane Ian in 2022 and the extreme hot weather this summer … more
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